One of the most historic and architecturally significant home is Cleveland Heights. This impressive Elizabethan Tudor gives a grand welcome to the views of Cedar Hill. This home is alluring and encompasses all that history stands for in the area. Frank Meade, the Dean of Cleveland Architects, designed the home in 1910 and took until 1915 to finish for the original owner Kermode Gill, who built the Terminal Tower and Central Union Station. The Manor has only had 2 owners and has not been available on the market in 55 years. With 7,290 sq ft of luxury featuring coffered ceilings, rare green Italian Marble, and exquisite detailed woodwork.Stone terraces and balustrades in the rear yard overlooking the ravine, a teahouse with almost 2 acres of gardens. Incredible, must be shown to believe the detail and amazing quality of construction and maintence. Put this one on your Cleveland Heights list NOW!It's a WOW! Once in a lifetime chance.Needs TLC, Priced accordingly.